Dan Shewan — October 23, 2017 — October 23, 2017 One of the slyest tricks you’ll come across on a job application is the part where it says that attaching a cover letter is optional. Shutterstock Sure, some companies genuinely may not care if you include a cover letter with your application or not, but … Continue reading How to Write a Cover Letter for a Job Application
Aashish Sharma — August 14, 2017 Follow @ineedseo — August 14, 2017 JESHOOTS / Pixabay Native, hybrid or responsive: what format to choose to make your mobile users live a successful experience. We take stock! At some point, when designing your mobile application, you will have to decide on how you will develop the application. … Continue reading Web Design: Native, Hybrid or Responsive, What Format Is Made For Your Mobile Application
Siya Carla — December 1, 2016 Follow @siyacarla— December 1, 2016 It is always hard to compare two programming languages. One of the main reasons for this is because there are always going to be cases in which one is going to be a way better option than the other. For this occasion we are … Continue reading The Battle of Python v/s PHP – What’s Better for Your Web Application Development?
by Pravin Ganore July 27, 2016 Follow @_prav_July 27, 2016 Each site has its own characteristics and particularities should be respected. Therefore, not all the points mentioned below can be applied. But by applying the vast majority of them, we can generate patterns of construction and development to ensure quality sites with good acceptance and … Continue reading The Importance of Website, Application and Software Testing
It’s time to get verified with Twitter’s new application process. Tamar Weinberg on July 19, 2016 Looking to become Twitter verified? In case you weren’t aware, the process before was a bit of a mess and quite a hit-or-miss experience. Twitter has likely known about this all along. That’s why they announced today that … Continue reading Want to become Twitter verified? There’s an application process for that
by Erin Dore Miller July 1, 2016July 1, 2016 Job seekers, let’s talk. It’s really tough looking for a job. Believe me, I know firsthand. I speak with active candidates every day that are working their hardest to land that next awesome opportunity. But I see a few missteps happen over and over again that … Continue reading How to Attach a Resume to a LinkedIn Job Application
by Elena Prokopets April 3, 2016 Follow @elenatravelgramApril 3, 2016 A web app that isn’t easy to use will not win many hearts. But designing a user-friendly interface is no joke either. What do my users want? How will they discover all the awesome features I have? How can I manage to convert them from … Continue reading The Little Black Book of Intuitive Web Application Design
Amy EdwardsAugust 29, 2015 Following on from Friday’s blog (suitably titled “Top Graduate Job Application Mistakes – Part 1“), today I thought I’d share the rest of the most common graduates make when they’re applying for their first jobs after university. If you are a graduate searching and applying for jobs right now – take … Continue reading Top Graduate Job Application Mistakes – Part 2
Business.comMarch 26, 2015 For small and startup businesses, the decision of whether or not to register a trademark can be difficult. Often, the decision is weighing where to spend scarce capital. Money spent on a trademark application may be money spent on marketing instead. Many young companies choose to forego registering their trademarks at early … Continue reading Can You Expedite A Trademark Application?